Carpets have stories to tell
Slender and sculptural, the Brasilia table by David Lopez Quincoces pays homage to the architect and visionary Oscar Niemeyer: a design which rejects straight angles, replacing them with a free and sensual curving, inspired by nature. A mixture of technology and intimism, the metal sheet moulds and folds like a thin sheet of paper, offering unconventional points of view. The purified design and meticulously attention to detail of this object perfectly reflects the company’s aesthetics.
|Length||2200 mm / 2400 mm / 3000 mm|
|Table finish||four-legged table|
|Table top shape||rectangle with rounded corners|
medium density fibreboard (MDF)